The announcement that Albuquerque-proximate Moriarty is about to get a ton of Google jobs is some awfully good news (and not just because the hubby and I would really like to unload that cute little house out in Edgewood).
As you may recall, Google …Continue
Added by Dee Cohen on September 24, 2014 at 5:16am — No Comments
International District, Nob Hill, Wells Park, Barelas, Snow Heights, Ridgecrest, Los Griegos, Sawmill, Edo and Duranes are all neighborhood names that we are familiar with. But what happens when you live in an area that isn't labeled or branded? This is an interesting trend that is happening in…Continue
Our friend Chris Vigil at New Mexico Legal Aid tells us:
ABC News is here in Central New Mexico doing a story on wage garnishment among [people living in the area], and New Mexico Legal Aid is a part of their story. ABC News is looking to interview someone who has been the victim of wage garnishment. If you or someone you know would be willing to talk to ABC News about their experience, contact me…
Added by Sophie on September 23, 2014 at 3:00pm — No Comments
The National Weather Service has put together the most gorgeous slide show of this year's monsoons in New Mexico. Swoon!
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Yesterday was a day that many Burquenos took to the streets! People were cycling, walking, parading and yes, even zumba-ing around Old Town and Downtown.Continue
Also this one, from earlier:
We're still seeing Saul shooting in Albuquerque, but eeee! It's starting up soon on the teevee! I can't wait!
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I could go on at great length about V.B. Price, his Hollywood childhood, many hats (all worn thoughtfully, successfully and elegantly), deep love for and knowledge of New Mexico, life in poetry, meaningful career in the best sort of journalism, and teacher of philosophy to many generations of students. I could try to…Continue
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We're number 2! Census Bureau data shows Land of Enchantment has second highest percentage of people living in poverty, at nearly 22 percent, and 22,000 more New Mexicans in poverty…Continue
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